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FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
. you want to see the cliff? the debt ceiling. right? the debt ceiling -- liz: again? >> next month is starts. liz: what's that do -- >> the republicans are not going to give. they are going to say i gave you tax hikes. i want to see spending cuts. when obama says i'm not giving you spending cuts without more tax hikes, you will see the republicans cross their arms and say, i'm not playing. we're going off that cliff. liz: what is the trade if that is, indeed, the scenario? >> sell long term treasuries. they are a bad deal. i don't know if you saw these reports on the coin? have you seen that? think about it. imagine if the government printed a trillion dollars and stuck it in the treasury and said, oh, there's a trillion less. that's so irrational, or a country like ours crossing arms saying we are not going to pay. that's so irrational. that means one thing, long term interest rates up; right? bond prices down. you will see the ten year note go down and done, and interest rates in the u.s. in the long term continue to jump up. liz: in november, when you were here, the best thing g
ABC
Jan 10, 2013 6:00pm PST
into a fight over the debt ceiling. >>> all right. coming up here next, some of the bay area people who are up for academy awards this year. academy awards this year. >> and innovation t hey america, even though she doesn't need them, the depend silhouette briefs for charity to prove how great the fit is even under a fantastic dress. the best protection now looks, fits and feels just like underwear. we invite you to get a free sample and try one on too. >> dan: welcome back. here at abc7 we are counting down to the oscars. they are now just 44 days away. >> carolyn: leading the way with 12 nominations is stephen spielberg's saga lincoln. >> that was some movie. life of pi, 11 nominations, it's director as the only best picture to be nominated in the best director category. >> the director of the musical les miserabe, hue jackson got a nomination as best actor for that. we have them all listed at abc7news.com. >> the wife of california lieutenant governor gavin newsom got oscar nods today. jennifer was an executive producer on documentary on the invisible war which examines the issue of sexual
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
ceiling itself. maria? >> all right. eamon, thanks very much. >> howard, given what eamon just reported and the fact that you made the statement that we need to cut spending a lot with the emif a sis on a lot, it doesn't sound like the president isn't ready to listen to you. >> when they did the fiscal cliff deal which was a relative nothing, raised a lot of taxes and didn't cut any spending. >> exactly. >> so when they did that deal, they kicked the cuts -- the cuts in the pentagon and the human services $1.2 trillion down the road for two months, so there may yet be a ton of spending cuts. that's what i'm hoping for, and i think -- i think the suggestion that there's got to be some significant pentagon spending cuts is exactly right. it hasn't been done for about 30 years and a lot of money in the pentagon budget is not asked for by the military, by congress people who have plants in their districts so, you know, there's a lot of room for cutting here. i agree with that. >> why aren't we doing any cuting? it seems like the -- >> nobody has the nerve. >> constantly surrounds tax increa
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
rate right now, this is the alternative. it's good, but be care. another debacle, debt ceiling coming up in a month or so, but right now, that's long term. liz: howard of counter fitzgerald in the last hour said that. he said this is the real debt ceiling. there's always something, isn't there, david? i mean, that's the point. where do you get the best deal? equities? you see that with the inflows to mutual funds. i worry when you see that that some people call the smart money the ones that were in during the time of fear and the slower money that retail money coming in now is that a sign of the top? >> that's called distribution usually. this is because all the money in mutual funds on the sidelines, more or less, a sign of a correction, but as far as we can see without knowing anything else, all the information we have to did on right now, you know, dips meant to be bought as far as we know. >> the markets are complacent about europe. used to be just a couple months ago when whenever, one way or the other, the markets jumped, the mission has been accomplished over that. too optimist
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 2:00pm EST
for earnings to matter instead of the fiscal cliff, right? and all these debt ceiling debates. when do earnings matter again? do they matter right now? >> hold on, i got to jump in. earnings do matter. >> all we talk about is the fiscal cliff. this and that and the election. >> brian, just because you talk about it doesn't mean that something else doesn't matter. >> well, that's not what i think. >> well. >> can we get back to -- we never answered earnings today. >> okay back it earnings. >> you steam rolled me like i did everybody else and i don't like wait i treat myself, apparently. gina, do earnings matter, and if so, how snch. >> earnings do matter but what is important is the expectation for earnings. bottom $112. top down, 107. pron probably you end up around 102, 103, maybe 104. that's the biggest difference that has to be moderated. yeah we expect 13.5 times earnings. that's isn't a screaming sell, isn't a screaming buy. but we have risks in the market. and i think we will deal with a stream of disappointing data rather than a stream of surprising positive data. and that will be a diff
FOX
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am EST
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FOX News
Jan 11, 2013 1:00am PST
. >> bill: let's take the debt ceiling which we just talked about. we owe $16.5 trillion. all right? obviously any intelligent person knows if we keep going this way the u.s. dollar is going to collapse which is why you demand to be paid in gold. >> i don't but that's not a bad idea. >> bill: libertarian say we don't want any paper money anymore? what do you want? >> i can't speak for the libertarian. >> bill: you said you are a libertarian. >> i am. i can speak for me as a libertarian. that is a very wide platform. for me, stop spending. cut the size of the government. go into reason. you were talking about this new coin. are you out of your mind? >> bill: they are not going to do that. >> bill, the fact that they are even debating it shows you how far from reality they really are. >> bill: that's probably on the current tv network which i want to get into now. [ laughter ] beck, did you make a dopey offer to any network? >> we debated back and forth. i think it was worth half of what they paid. so we debated back and forth so we thought, okay, you know what? if we can get that num
MSNBC
Jan 10, 2013 5:00pm PST
cliff and debt ceiling and money here and there and cuts and whatnot. it is about what the republicans want to take from the lower-income americans. that is the issue. and our next guest, bernie sanders, wants action. and so do the american people. i was struck by his essay in the huffington post that was titled "the soul of america." so well put. because folks, this is, as i said, an ideological battle. and the deck is basically stacked against you if you're in the middle class or below that. we're experiencing more income inequality now than we have during any time in a period of history since 1928. the top 1% owns 42% of the country's financial wealth. 1% of americans own 42% of the country's wealth. as for the bottom 80%, they own only 5% of the wealth. yet despite those kinds of statistics, the republicans and the big money donors who back them are aiming for more. we've heard all the rhetoric. we don't have enough revenue. well, wait a minute. we've got too much revenue going in. it's a spending problem. but we all know the reality of it. republican policies have grown our defici
FOX News
Jan 10, 2013 11:00pm EST
an executive order to ignore the debt ceiling and i will not be surprised if he does. so, what we have here is not a failure to communicate as they once said in the movie cool hand lou. but a president who believes he can do what he wants to do with little accountability. he has already signed executive order changing immigration rules. that was done in the middle of the night. few even know about it if this continues there will be a constitutional crisis in america. unfortunately we the people are slow to understand what's actually happening here. there is no collaboration going none washington right. >> now the president is not able to persuade republicans to see it his way. now he ♪ even trying to do that mr. obama is hell bent on changing the u.s.a. and, in his mind, no one is going to stop him. that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. opposing point of view, joining us from los angeles, adam winkler constitutional law photographer at ucla. generally speaking and then i will get specific, where am i going wrong. >> to portray what president obama is doing as a power grab ignore
FOX News
Jan 11, 2013 10:00am PST
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CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am EST
months and we're right back about in the soup with another debt ceiling deal. how are we ever going to get out of this conundrum if we don't at some point start paying the money we promised to pay. >> you just said something. how are we going to get out of this conundrum. according to an op-ed by mr. stephen moore, the president doesn't believe there's a problem. do you believe that the material in that op-ed is correct? do you think in your opinion that the government believes the president specifically doesn't believe we have a spending problem? >> the president does need to wake up and assess his surroundings. we are fixing to have the inauguration in a week or so. the debt will stand at a little other 16 trillion. by the time the next permit is inaugurated, the national debt will be $22 trillion. who cannot say there's a serious problem with being awash in red ink, and it threatens the fabric of our republic. >> i don't disagree. yesterday the nominee to replace timothy geithner is jack lew. keep in mind he's problem the professor and frankenstein that created the monster known
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 10:00am PST
game going on. on the political side, chris is right. it was very interesting that before the debt ceiling debate last time when we came to the edge of crisis, grover norquist was out telling everyone, you know, we're spending $120 billion in a country with $14 billion of gdp, and grover norquist put a fissure down conservative support for the afghanistan war. when that happened, you had progressives against it. that really changed the dynamic. we -- i helped run the afghanistan study group, and our minimum threshold we thought was around 20,000 residual troops. it's astounding to see the president say no on 15,000. now john allen has come out, general john allen, with his scenarios all basically less than 9,000 troops. >> it could be the zero option. >> well, that's more about sending karzai a signal. >> it's a bargaining chip. >> that you don't -- there's a certain amount of america bashing that we'll tolerate. he needs to survive. he can't survive without troops. those troops are there to prevent an overthrow of the kabul government after we draw down. >> we talk about his plans
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am EST
at the top of the last hour about what's really going on when it comes to the debt ceiling and the best deals that we can hope for at this point. you say, that the debt ceiling itself shouldn't be something that we are negotiating over right now but right now there are some very real things that they can hold out to try to get the proposals, the republicans can. >> absolutely. let's talk about what the debt ceiling is. the debt ceiling, we're the only country on ert with a debt ceiling. there are other countries that have controls, including debt-to-gdp. debt as a percentage of the economy requirement but we're the only one that has a debt ceiling. the debt ceiling is really dealing with, you know, hows that have already been passed, apropose riegss that have already been made, ultimately what we need to do is achieve a grand bargain where we get rid of the debt ceiling. we substitute statutory budget controls and i would argue a constitutional debt as a percentage of the economy limit. >> saying you could never go beyond -- >> that's right. >> what percent would that be? >> 120% of gdp, 100%
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 1:00pm EST
right now. president obama may also be asked about gun control and debt ceiling as well. if he is, we will take you back live to the white house. sue? >> indeed we will, ty. in today's yahoo finance question of the day, we asked, more than 19 billion flowing into u.s. equity funds this week. highest uptick since 2000. are you getting back into the game in 32% say yes, i'm getting back into stocks. 25% say i'm cautious but thinking of getting back in. 43% say no, i'm staying on the side lines. >> let's see what is coming up on "street signs." 2:00 p.m. eastern time with mandy. >> absolutely, sue. we are kind of at an inflexion point. multiyear lows for vix. where do we go from here? we will lay it out with a bull and bear case. also our americans cool again. a hiring spree and we also asked to you tweet in your favorite car or truck under $100,000. we will reveal some of the result and show ours as well. all of those things coming up on this friday edition of "street signs." sue, back to you on "power lunch." >> thank you very much. social media stocks after being battered last year ar
Current
Jan 11, 2013 3:00pm PST
that the president should simply declare the debt ceiling to be unconstitutional. is that something that he should look at? >> they have rejected that in statements from the white house, and i think they are right to reject that. lawrence tribe very serious constitutional scholars have written op-eds about this idea and concluded, i believe correctly in my reading that doing so would be probably an unconstitutional act by the president. and it is not necessary. what you want to do is win a political struggle without turning the next two years into a constitutional crisis. >> jennifer: right. it is so interesting that there are an array of options before the president so he can say i am not going to negotiate the debt celling. very interesting. ed kleinbard offering another idea which seems to have some precedence. thank you for joining us inside "the war room" again ed. really appreciate it. >> thank you, governor. >> jennifer: up next, marijuana is still illegal in this country and there are some who aim to keep it that way. that story is next right here in "the war room." ♪
MSNBC
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am PST
? the american public isn't as tuned in maybe to, like, the debt ceiling debate or at least not the -- they did not used to be, whereas the minting of $1 trillion coin is out of duck tales. >> if you were going to do this, i don't think you would, for instance, like make a big deal of who is on the face. i don't think you would have a design competition for it. i don't think you would go parading around holding the trillion dollar coin. >> what if you lost it? >> yes, exactly. or my heist film that i'm writing about this. what you would do is come before the microphone and say in order to insure that the government meet its constitutional obligations to pay its debt, i have directed the treasury of the secretary to legal the necessary steps to make sure we can pay our debts. that's it. then all the coin stuff happens in the background, right? you don't want to turn it into this cartoonish -- >> nobody will notice. don't even talk about it. >> people will -- might go crazy about it, but i would also note this. monetary innovation is a tremendously important free line in american history. abraham
CNBC
Jan 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
as the government doesn't screw it up. well, we do have the debt ceiling debate in about a month. when you say screw it up. >> that's what i mean. >> you mean a fight? >> a big fight. >> that's what i mean. the last thing that we need is we don't need the government in there trying to kill sentiment. we -- we absolutely need sending cuts. i saw you almost fell out of your chair when one of the previous guests said we don't have a spending problem in this country. we certainly need to get more fiscal restraint, but we cannot have the government holding sentiment hostage, and that really is an incredibly negative force that cannot happen this year if we're looking to have the market move forward. >> dan, let me bring you into the conversation here, the chief executive officer here. how are you allocating capital? >> doing it stock by stock. we think the market is on pretty stable ground right here, though when seagulls get together it's called a flock but when bad boons get together it's called a bad congress so that's something to worry about when you get closer to the next phase of the fiscal cliff
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 9:20am EST
on with fiscal cliff and the debt ceiling cliff and all the rest of it. be and we have opened slightly lower. 13,460 is where we are. right now, as of this moment, f.a.a. is announcing an investigation into the manufacturing process of the boeing dreamliner, plus, its battery, its electronics. and we have news for you, two more incidents overnight, but the plane, the 787, the dreamliner, they will stay in service. where did of boeing stock open, bearing in mind, a pr problem more than anything else. >> down to 75 and change. right now 75.75. and the question for boeing, are these growing pains with a new plane or structurally manufacturing defects and are people going to be scared to take a 787 dreamliner because it's more than a nightmare. stuart: well said, lauren. that's the pr side. if you look at physical side, if f.a.a. thought there was a threat to safety and health of passengers they would have have taken them out of the air, but i agree with you, pr, and boeing was buck and a half. >> 1.7% lower. stuart: we'll check back later. thanks very much. call it the smartphone effect perhaps. ac
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2013 2:00pm EST
and other countries to the united states to fight these wars. if you don't raise the debt ceiling and you don't make your payments to china, what happens? guest: one thing that unifies all ages right now was the frustration with the brinksmanship, let's say, of modern american politics we have been through a cycle of about two or three years where every major policy decision has to come to a crisis before anything is done. and then when it is done, the feeling is that it is kind of kicked down a road, whether it is the debt ceiling issue in the summer of 2011 or now the fiscal clift a crisis of last month, government shutdowns. we are seeing more and more partisan entrenchment, and therefore, last-minute deals that do not seem to solve problems. that is a frustration that everybody shares. in the sense that we are dancing very close to the edge of allowing drastic about things to happen because of that. there's a frustration that spans all generations. host: to find out more about the survey from the pure research center, they have it on line. we have included a link to it. thanks for you
Current
Jan 11, 2013 3:00am PST
to get rid of reoccurring debt ceiling votes. and on the issue of obama's white guy problem cybercity says yes bill. pote us has a gender and diversity problem. women are better negotiators. rhonda says always good to get up in san francisco to see the sexy ass michael tomasky on the tube. bill, have him on more often. >> bill: oh, my god. >> hey, ladies. >> why are we so surprised here? >> bill, you get this sometimes. >> bill: i was expecting her to say always nice to get up early in san francisco to see the sexy ass bill press. >> sexy ass michael tomasky. >> bill: she meant to say both. >> i'm not so sure. >> bill: now you know why we have you in. while we have your fan club here, can we say hello to beverly in chicago. >> caller: how you doing? >> bill: okay. >> caller: this is straight to mr. press. i was listening to joe scarborough yesterday morning for the first 30 minutes. >> bill: big mistake. >> caller: rambling on about the president having all white boys in his cabinet and no women. now i understand why he is saying it because all he's trying to do is get some -- [ bleep
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2013 9:00am EST
to the united states to fight these wars. if you don't raise the debt ceiling and you don't make your payments to china, what happens? guest: 1 thain -- one thing that unifies all ages right now was the frustration with the brinksmanship, let's say, of modern american politics we have been through a cycle of about two or three years where every major policy decision has to come to a crisis before anything is done. and then when it is done, the feeling is that it is kind of kicked down a road, whether it is the debt ceiling issue in the summer of 2011 or now the fiscal clift a crisis of last month, government shutdowns. we are seeing more and more partisan entrenchment, and therefore, last-minute deals that do not seem to solve problems. that is a frustration that everybody shares. in the sense that we are dancing very close to the edge of allowing drastic about things to happen because of that. there's a frustration that spans all generations. host: to find out more about the survey from the pure research center, they have it on line. we have included a link to it. thanks for your time. this h
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